The River conditions are very good and a few fish have been reported for the day. There are some heavy thundery showers around but these will have little or no effect on water levels.
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The river has fallen back from the rise in levels yesterday and has become clear enough for all methods, the fishing was quiet yesterday with 2 or 3 fish of each of the Fisheries upstream of Foxford. The most productive area yesterday was around the Railway bridge where regular visitor Thierry Libs landed a Salmon of approx 7lbs and a big Brownie of 4lbs+. The River should be in good order for the next few days. Above Mick Kane with his 19lb+ Salmon from the River nesd Foxford
The River is rising following last nights rain, and reports from further upstream are that the River will be coloured later this afternoon. The fishing continues to be good with a few fish being landed but many anglers saying that there are good numbers of fish moving up through the system.
The river continues to be in great order for all methods but the weed is still causing problems on some fisheries. Reports from the River are of reasonable numbers of salmon being landed and lost. The outlook for the coming days is very dependant on the amount of rain due in the next few hours.
The river is in very good order for all methods and steady numbers of Salmon are being landed from the Fisheries to the South of Foxford. The wind over the past few days has caused a lot of “Weed” to be suspended in the river from the Joinings downstream making fishing very difficult.. Pic, Eugene Coleman with a Moy Springer May 2016